Kings Lynn Caravan and Camping Park is set in approximately ten acres of beautiful mature parkland, the site is situated on the edge of the village of North Runcton, one mile from the Hardwick roundabout where the A47, A10, A149 and A17 meet.
In addition to our spacious touring and camping pitches we also offer camping pods and 3 bedroom Eco lodges.
Our 8 camping pods are ideal for those who love the great outdoors but also like a few home comforts. In addition to basic Pod fittings of curtains, blinds, lights, an electric heater and sockets, our pods are equipped with a double bed and sofa bed so they can comfortably accommodate 4 adults. A Freeview television, small fridge, microwave and a kettle are also provided. All you need to do is arrive with your own bedding and cooking equipment. There is a picnic bench and barbecue area in close proximity to each pod. The pods are situated in their own area and are close to the main facility block which has toilets, showers, a laundry with dryer, indoor and outdoor washing up areas, disabled shower/toilet and a family bathroom.
The Eco lodges feature a double bedroom with a large en suite shower room and two twin bedrooms. A separate bathroom with a bath. The open plan kitchen/dining room is fully equipped with everything you need for your stay. The lounge has a 40" wall mounted television and a wall mounted fire. The lodge is heated with dimplex smartrad radiators and there is also an outside decking area. Dogs are welcomed here so feel free to bring your furry friend along with you.
The campsite is located in a prime position for touring Norfolk and the Fens, which are both areas of outstanding natural beauty, it is also the nearest campsite to the historic port and market town of Kings Lynn, where you will find plenty to do and see.
Fishing, golf, riding, bowling and clay pigeon shooting are a few of the sports available locally. Stock car and speedway meets are held just over one mile away at the Norfolk Arena.
Nearby attractions include Caithness Crystal, the UKs biggest beer warehouse, quaint villages built of local flint, the Norfolk coastline, RSPB and many nature reserves, numerous National Trust and English Heritage properties, local markets, historic buildings and beautiful scenery. For the children, there is the Sealife centre, Rare breeds farm as well as the seaside.
There is a choice of excellent local pubs and restaurants offering real ale and good food available to access via the local bus service that operates hourly, Monday to Saturday inclusive from the site.
On arrival we supply folders to borrow with information on places to visit local shops etc and all the essential phone numbers. There is also a large selection of leaflets from the local tourist information office available, so you will never be short of ideas and things to do while you enjoy your stay with us.